Elena Puntaroli
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How meditation and creative imagination can prepare global students and teachers all over the world
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Your Name and Title: Dr.Elena Puntaroli School or Organization Name: Cascate di Luce Co-Presenter Name(s): Lorenzo Sbrinci Area of the World from Which You Will Present:Italy Language in Which…Continue

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Title:
Dr
Organization (if applicable):
Cascate di Luce
Location (City or Town):
Montale
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I’m a psychologist and holistic counselor with very good experience in creating children’s and adult’s material in a creative way. I’m author of books on emotions and well being and this is my strength in education: I’m able to listen to children and respond to their needs in a very unique manner. I also wrote a book for children “The arrival of Palloncino” Mikazuki Publishing House (USA) to educate to joy, love and freedom, which are the most important subjects to me.My up coming book is "Education of Light: a creative vision for a school inspired by heart's desires" and I'm speaking at conventions about this topic.
I am a:
teacher, consultant
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
18-60 years old
Web Site (if applicable):
http://cascatediluce.com
Blog (if applicable):
http://www.cascatediluce.com/en/blog/
Languages Spoken:
English, Italian, Spanish
Favorite Education Resources:
Aero conferences
Twitter Name:
https://twitter.com/CascatediLuce
Skype Name:
Cascate di Luce

Elena Puntaroli's Blog

The art of listening to the children

We may believe that children are not interested in anything, just because they are not interested in what we’re interested in. But if we listen to them, rather than to ourselves, we can discover what fascinates them. If the other is not interested in what affects us or that we think of common social interest, we stop, or we are unable to go beyond, to enter the world of the other.

This was obvious when I worked as educator in a Middle East family. Parents continued to complain that…

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